Blazer Fan and Cancer Survivor’s Message Heard Loud and Clear

Posted by Brett Reckamp on April 28, 2014
BLAZER CANCER

22-year-old Haley Bellows is officially in remission. Her 11th day of being cancer free came Sunday at the Portland Trailblazer’s playoff game against the Houston Rockets.

Bellows’ sign was seen on the jumbotron. The crowd went wild and soon social media caught hold and her message had bee tweeted and re-tweeted by people like Damien Lillard. …

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Plea Deal Could Be On the Table in Jessie Cavett Murder Case

Posted by Brett Reckamp on April 7, 2014
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http://kxl.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/14/2014/04/BTH-CAVETT-PLEA-DEAL.mp3The family of the late Jessie Cavett – who’s name is now Jessie Doyle says they are not happy about a possible plea deal between the Multnomah County D.A. and confessed murderer Joshua Cavett.

Josh shot his estranged wife in the head in her Gresham apartment and on October 12th, 2013.  He did it in front of their two children, then …

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NBC Picks up Grimm for a 4th Season

Posted by Brett Reckamp on March 19, 2014
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NBC has announced that they are picking up the series for a 4th season.  Grimm is doing well with the coveted 18-49 demo and it has over eight million viewers total which is way up over last year.  The show is part of NBC’s studio counterpart, Universal Television and of course, shot right here in Portland.  NBC renewed three scripted …

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Downtown Portland Crosswalk Enforcement Keeps Police Busy

Posted by Brett Reckamp on March 18, 2014
CROSS WALK BUST

The Portland Bureau of Transportation teamed up with the Portland Police Bureau to execute a two and a half hour crosswalk enforcement at SW 4th and Montgomery Tuesday afternoon.

As pedestrians continued to walk back and forth, motorcycle cops hid and waited for motorists who chose not to stop.  The exercise provided a good reminder for motorists that they must stop …

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CRC Officially Dead

Posted by Brett Reckamp on March 7, 2014
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The Columbia River Crossing Project has officially been scrapped.  Governor John Kitzhaber gave lawmakers a deadline to either pass legislation on an Oregon lead project or let it go.

The following is a statement and press release issued Friday afternoon by ODOT Director Matthew Garrett:

“On March 7, the Oregon Legislature adjourned without reinstating construction funds for the CRC I-5 Bridge Replacement …

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